Middle Finger
digital dysmorphia

Art Direction, Course Work

Social media apps use AI to rank the attractiveness of human faces using anthropometrics in the human face. With the ability to alter ourselves digitally through filters and apps, at what point do we draw the line between becoming trans-human and no longer abiding by the standards of anthropometrics? The advancement of technology will end up dismantling itself. This separates identity from its human form, and looks towards a future where our identities are formless, shapeshifting, and fluid through the digital self.

Are we binded to our human bodies as our true selves, or is editing the body a tool to self actualization? The goal of this artwork is to personify beauty standards while illustrating the possibilties of the post-human digital identity.

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︎ Daz3D, Blender, Photoshop, Figma